Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
While finishing a canned beverage he thought of model airplanes he’d seen made from cans and thought why not make cars out of the same material?
A: Data Killers is the data & product destruction arm of Turtle Wings, Inc., an environmental services company that provides electronics recycling and de-installation services.
Holmen businessman Mike Niles calls his new business venture Computer Plastics Recycled, or CPR, a name that fittingly describes what Niles is doing with discarded computer and television cases — breathing new life into old plastic.
With the introduction of the CompoKeeper, diverting kitchen scraps from going to the landﬁll is now a piece of cake.
BottleHood makes glassware from used wine, beer, liquor and soda bottles recycled from restaurants, bars, homes and events in the community.
Advances in medical technology, combined with the fact that people are living longer, means that more and more of us pass away with some kind of surgical implant.
The first question that I’m sure immediately comes to everyone’s mind is how a paper bottle full of wine doesn’t just turn to mush moments after being filled.
As an entrepreneur one of the easiest ways of making money is by collecting old newspapers and waste, and sell them to a recycling plant in your locality.
RecycleMatch seeks “to create an industrial ecosystem in which the use of energy and materials are optimized, waste is minimized, and there is an economically viable role for every product of a manufacturing process,” in the site’s own words.
Cash for high-tech trash.